Apple Records Single Releases

The figure in brackets after the track name was it's highest chart position in the U.K.
And with 16 of the list below making the chart, I think one-third is a good average hit rate for a record label !

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Catalogue No. Artist A Side B Side Release Date
APPLE 1The BeatlesHey JudeRevolution30/08/1968
Hoping to be released from their contract before the release of "Hey Jude"
The Beatles planned for this track to launch their new label ! ....
But the E.M.I. contract remained tightly in place and this number never appeared,
instead it had an Apple label and a more typical Parlophone number of R 5722
APPLE 2Mary HopkinThose Were The Days   (1)Turn Turn Turn30/08/1968
APPLE 2 (above) was originally going to be APPLE 1002 as can be seen in the run-off groove.
APPLE 3Jackie LomaxSour Milk SeaThe Eagle Laughs At You30/08/1968
APPLE 4Black Dyke Mills BandThingumybobYellow Submarine 6/09/1968
APPLE 5The IveysMaybe TomorrowAnd Her Daddy's A Millionaire15/11/1968
APPLE 6TrashRoad To NowhereIllusions24/01/1969
APPLE 7Mary HopkinLontano Dagli OcchiThe Gameunreleased
APPLE 7 (above) was never released in this format in the U.K., both tracks
eventually appearing as B-sides on APPLE 9 (also unreleased) and APPLE 22
APPLE 8Brute ForceKing Of FuhNobody Knowswithdrawn
APPLE 8 (above) was sent out to D.J.'s on advance promotion, but
was promptly scrapped when it was realised the chorus went ...
"Here comes the Fuh King".
APPLE 9Mary HopkinPrince En AvignonThe Gameunreleased
APPLE 9 (above) was unreleased in the U.K.
APPLE 10Mary HopkinGoodbye   (2)Sparrow28/03/1969
APPLE 11Jackie LomaxNew DayFall Inside Your Eyes 9/05/1969
APPLE 12Billy PrestonThat's The Way God Planned It   (11)What About You27/06/1969
APPLE 13Plastic Ono BandGive Peace A Chance   (2)Remember Love 4/07/1969
APPLE 14The IveysNo Escaping Your LoveDear Angieunreleased
APPLE 14 (above) was released in Europe on 18th July 1969, but
as the Iveys changed their name to "Badfinger", this release was shelved in the U.K.
APPLE 15Radha Krishna TempleHare Krishna Mantra   (12)Prayer To The Spiritual Masters29/08/1969
APPLE 16Mary HopkinQue Sera SeraFields Of St. Etienne19/09/1969
Que Sera Sera was released on 19th September 1969, but failed to chart.
It was re-issued on APPLE 27 ..... but it promptly failed to chart again !
APPLE 17TrashGolden Slumbers   (35)Trash Can26/09/1969
APPLE 18Hot Chocolate BandGive Peace A ChanceLiving Without Tomorrow10/10/1969
APPLE 19Billy PrestonEverything's AlrightI Want To Thank You17/10/1969
APPLE 20BadfingerCome And Get It   (4)Rock Of All Ages 5/12/1969
APPLE 21Billy PrestonAll That I've GotAs I Get Older30/01/1970
APPLE 22Mary HopkinTemma Harbour   (6)Lontano Dagli Occhi16/01/1970
APPLE 23Jackie LomaxHow The Web Was WovenThumbing A Ride 6/02/1970
APPLE 24Doris TroyAin't That CuteVaya Con Dios13/02/1970
APPLE 25Radha Krishna TempleGovinda   (23)Govinda Jai Jai 6/03/1970
APPLE 26Mary HopkinKnock Knock Who's There   (2)I'm Going To Fall In Love Again23/03/1970
"Knock Knock Who's There"" was Britain's Eurovision Song Contest entry for 1970.
APPLE 27Mary HopkinQue Sera SeraFields Of St. Etienne
APPLE 28Doris TroyJacob's LadderGet Back28/08/1970
APPLE 29Billy PrestonMy Sweet LordLong As I Got My Babyunreleased
"My Sweet Lord" by Billy Preston was released September 1969 ... two months BEFORE George's version ....
But .... not released in Britain !
APPLE 30Mary HopkinThink About Your Children   (19)Heritage16/10/1970
APPLE 31BadfingerNo Matter What   (5)Better Days 6/11/1970
APPLE 32James TaylorCarolina In My MindSomething's Wrong 6/11/1970
APPLE 33Ronnie SpectorTry Some, Buy SomeTandoori Chicken16/04/1971
APPLE 34Mary HopkinLet My Name Be Sorrow   (46)Kew Gardens18/06/1971
APPLE 35BadfingerName Of The GameSuitcaseunreleased
APPLE 35 (above) was to be Badfinger's third single in June 1971, but
was not felt strong enough, and postponed in the U.K.
APPLE 36Bill ElliotGod Save UsDo The Oz16/07/1971
APPLE 37Ravi ShankarJoi BanglaOh Bhaugowan/Raga Mishra27/08/1971
APPLE 38Yoko OnoMrs. LennonMidsummer New York29/10/1971
APPLE 39Mary HopkinWater, Paper and ClayJefferson26/11/1971
APPLE 40BadfingerDay After Day   (10)Sweet Tuesday Morning14/01/1972
APPLE 41Yoko OnoMind TrainListen, The Snow Is Falling21/01/1972
APPLE 42BadfingerBaby BlueFlying
APPLE 43Chris HodgeWe're On Our WaySupersoul 9/06/1972
APPLE 44Sundown PlayboysSaturday Nite SpecialValse De Soleil Coucher17/11/1972
APPLE 45Elephant's MemoryPower BoogieLiberation Special 1/12/1972
APPLE 46Lon & Derek Van EatonWarm WomanMore Than Words 9/03/1973
APPLE 47Yoko OnoDeath Of SamanthaYang Yang 4/05/1973
APPLE 48Yoko OnoRun, Run, RunMen, Men, Men 9/11/1973
APPLE 49BadfingerApple Of My EyeBlind Owl 8/03/1974
APPLE 49 (above), the LAST Apple non-Beatles related single was released 8th March 1974.
APPLE 1001Plastic Ono BandCold Turkey   (14)Don't Worry Kyoko24/10/1969
APPLE 1002Plastic Ono BandYou Know My NameWhat's The New, Mary Janeunreleased
APPLE 1002 (above) was originally scheduled for release 5th December 1969.
"You know my name" still had APPLES 1002 stamped in the run-off groove on Let It Be
APPLE 1003Plastic Ono BandInstant Karma   (5)Who Has Seen The Wind 6/02/1970
APPLE CT 1Various ArtistsThe Walls Ice Cream Promo (promotional E.P.) 18/07/1969

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